Violations found in repairs to sinking, tilting luxury high-rise (CA)

San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection has filed two notices of violation against Millennium Tower, saying the owners made unauthorized repairs to address issues caused by the building’s sinking.  The department found spalling and leaking in the underground parking garage, as well as repairs that had been done without permits. DBI ordered the building owner to obtain permits for the work already done and provide an engineering report on the condition of water intrusion and cracking in the garage walls.      Read the article…………..


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